What Kind of Blender Does Starbucks Use?

Vitamix The Quiet One Coffee

Last updated on July 15th, 2022 at 03:35 pm

Vitamix 36019Very often, we are asked by customers, “What kind of blender does Starbucks use? That’s the blender we want!”

For years, Starbucks used a Blendtec blender, but the coffee giant eventually switched over to Vitamix, which created a blender specifically for Starbucks’ needs. Today, you’ll see the 48-ounce Vitamix Blending Station Advance, better known as “The Quiet One,” in nearly every Starbucks you go to around the world.

The quietest machine on the market, it is the ultimate blender with unparalleled sound reduction, as well as exceptional beverage blending. These features improved speed of service with users rarely have to reblend a drink.

The Quiet One’s smart product design means that because of its advanced vibration dampening technology, this blender it is up to 18 decibels quieter than the competition. This is 4 times quieter than the competition and creates a much more enjoyable atmosphere for customers, whether waiting in line or enjoying coffee and company at a table. The magnetically designed floating sound enclosure is dramatically easier to clean and disassemble since there are no screws involved.

Like most Vitamix blenders, The Quiet One has variable speed control and automatic shut-off, providing the user flexibility in creating endless recipes. Designed specifically with coffeehouses and high-end bars in mind,  it features:

6 programmable buttons

34 optimized programs

Powerful 3-horsepower output motor

Air management design for reduced noise, improved reliability, and reduced down time.

The blending container is also uniquely designed for faster, smoother pouring and a long lasting blade life. What does this mean Vitamix customers, whether at Starbucks or anywhere else? Time and cost savings, along with improved customer experience. The container’s double-sealed bearing also provides improved wash-ability, extending life of the blade assembly. Also, superior keypad sealing and one piece circuit board provide improved reliability.

It was made for Starbucks but you can now bring it to your own coffeeshop, restaurant, bar, or even you home kitchen. Shop our complete selection of Vitamix blenders now and get free same-day shipping on all Vitamix blender, including the marvel of engineering you see in the video below.

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8 Responses

  1. JRONE says:

    OMG I want one so bad!

  2. jc says:

    starbux blows



  4. Nadine says:

    Blendtec blenders are used in all Starbucks stores. Vitamix was ordered to pay $24 million to Blendtec for stealing two of Blendtec patents. That stolen design was used to obtain the Starbucks contact. Here’s the article http://www.blendtec.com/blog/federal-circuit-court-upholds-blendtecs-24m-patent-infringement-award/

  5. Vick says:

    Its a funny story but basically Vitamix ripped off the patented design of Blendtec Wildside Jar, and in a sorry state a leader as Starbucks rewarded piracy just because it worked for them. Brands as SB, today need to measure up even to set standards and reward innovation. Its such a sorry state this happened in America, and by brand America on American Innovation. tch tch

    • Robert says:

      An extremely ignorant comment, Vick. This container is not the one that was part of the bogus lawsuit filed by Blendtec.

  6. Dave says:

    ” Vitamix . . .created a blender specifically for Starbucks’ needs. ”

    That’s nonsense. Blendtec designed and patented the revolutionary 5-sided “Wildside Jar” – which Vitamix copied, and used to steal the Starbucks account. Blendtec sued Vitamix in a high-profile patent-infringement case – winning a $24 Million settlement from Vitamix..

  7. Jen says:

    I fell in love with Blendtec!
    Promoted it to no end…until…
    shortly after, my jug started spewing out oil from where the blades connect.
    Blendtec adviced to manually turn the blades for one minute before using to prime the blades and convinced me to buy another $100
    New jug not only released oil, but plastic pieces and the motor now sparks. Imagine oil and plastic in your smoothie?
    My 50 year old stainless steel
    VITAMIX inherited from grandma still works.